Depression Can Raise The Risk of Alzheimer's


Depression has a significant effect on our bodies and the structure of our brains, physically altering the structure in a negative way. This structural change leaves us with a 50% increase risk of developing Alzheimer's. The deformation occurs because depression prevents blood from entering the brain. Over time, this decreased blood flow leads to further AD symptoms - until it's full blown. Let Me help you reduce your risk! Go up to my Home page learn how easy this is ....Scroll through my Blog and learn more..... Leave me a message on the Contact page and I will get back to you...


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